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Stirling, UK Workshop Presentations

Presenter NameTopics of the PresentationFilenameLink to Slideshow

Welcome Addresses and About the Launch of the IUKWC

Dr Harry DixonIntroduction - The India-UK Water CentrePDF iconHarry Dixon Introduction.pdf videoimage
Dr A K SahaiIntroduction - The India UK Water Centre : ActivitiesPDF iconAtul Sahai Introduction.pdfvideoimage
Ruth KelmanOverview of NERC Research in IndiaPDF iconRuth Kelman.pdfvideoimage
Prof. Andrew TylerEnhancing freshwater monitoring through Earth Observation: Objectives and OpportunitiesPDF iconAndrew Tyler Introduction.pdfvideoimage

Session 1: Current Challenges, Needs and Best Monitoring Practice

Laurence CarvalhoOverview of Water Quality and Quantity Monitoring in the UKPDF iconLaurence Carvalho day1.pdfvideoimage
Jyothi PrasadWater quality monitoring of rivers in IndiaPDF iconJyothi Prasad.pdfvideoimage
Deborah Chapman Challenges for global water quality monitoring and assessment in the context of the new Sustainable Development Goal for Water, SDG 6PDF iconDeborah Chapman.pdf videoimage

Session 2: Current research and applications of EO data in freshwater monitoring

Pawan Kumar LabhasetwarWater quality monitoring and surveillance in rural India: An updatePDF iconPawan Kumar Labhasetwar.pdfvideoimage
Prof. Andrew TylerState of the art in the EO of Inland Waters : A UK perspectivePDF iconAndrew Tyler.pdf videoimage
Dr. Shubha SathyendranathExample Challenge: Vembanad Lake of Kerala: Stresses and potential solutionN/Avideoimage

Session 3: Challenges and Solutions

Challenges include: water quality/quantity, groundwater (SMOS), characterising catchment change, making data available and accessible
Stefan SimisProgress and challenges towards a global near real-time inland water quality observation servicePDF iconStefan Simis.pdfvideoimage
Mark CutlerRetrieving catchment variables to explain changes in lake behaviour: the GloboLakescatchment databasePDF iconMark Cutler.pdfvideoimage
Marian ScottDetecting spatial and temporal patterns- coherence in lake water qualityPDF iconMarian Scott.pdfvideoimage
Gaurav KumarRemote sensing to estimate formative water discharge of the Himalayan Foreland rivers.PDF iconKumar Gaurav.pdfvideoimage
Patrice CarbonneauMonitoring Water Pollution in the River Ganga: Preliminary findings from imaging spectroscopyPDF iconPatrice Carbonneau.pdfvideoimage
Rajiv SinhaMonitoring water pollution in the river Ganga with innovations in airborne remote sensing and drone technology PDF iconRajiv Sinha.pdf videoimage
Helen Bonsor Application of GRACE data to understand groundwater resources –examples from Africa and SE Asia PDF iconHelen Bonsor.pdf videoimage
Rajib Chattopadhyay Ground water trend, recharge hotspots and remote sensing data over IndiaPDF iconRajib Chattopadhyay.pdf videoimage
Arindam Chowdhury Freshwater lake mapping and its volumetric estimation in the glaciated valley of chhombu in sikkim himalayas using high resolution optical(sentinel-2 msi) imageryPDF iconArindam Chowdhury.pdf videoimage
Milind Mujumdar Cosmic-ray soil water content monitoring: development of the COSMOS-India networkPDF iconMilind Mujumdar.pdf videoimage

At the Lake - Lock Leven

(Day 2) History and Science of Lock Leven - Laurence Carvalho
Laurence Carvalho Loch Leven PDF iconLaurence Carvalho.pdf videoimage

Pune, India Workshop Presentations(29 Nov - 1 Dec 2016)

Presenter NameTopics of the PresentationFilenameLink to Slideshow

Welcome Addresses and About the Launch of the IUKWC

Dr. Harry DixonIntroduction to the IUKWC Aims and FunctionsPDF iconDixon.pdf videoimage
Alan JenkinsResearch Needs and Opportunities for India –UK Water SciencePDF iconAlan_Jenkins.pdf videoimage
Prof. V K GaurBuilding resilience to water stress - A joint endeavorN/A videoimage

Session 1: Introduction to the Workshop and Keynote Presentations

Dr. Harry DixonIntroduction to the IUKWC Aims and AgendaPDF iconDix-Wor1-intro.pdf videoimage
Pradeep MujumdarHydromet Forecasts and Projections : Some Recent ApplicationsPDF iconppm-iitm.pdf videoimage
Sharad K. JainHydro-meteorological inputs for hydrological studiesPDF iconskj.pdf videoimage
Sarat C. KarHydrological Information System for Flood WarningPDF iconkar.pdf videoimage
Sunil KumarExisting Indian Flood Forecasting Methodology and Way ForwardPDF iconSunil Kumar.pdf videoimage

Session 2: Hydro-Climate Science and Services – the Global Agenda

R. Kolli

Global Framework for Climate Services : Water Exemplar

PDF iconkolli.pdf videoimage
Dr. A. K. SahaiExtended Range PredictionActivities of IITM PDF iconsahai.pdf videoimage
Chris HewittHydro-climate science and services –the global agenda: (WCSSP)PDF iconHewitt.pdf videoimage

Session 3: Using climate information to inform water management – Recent experiences from the UK and India

Dr. Zareen BharuchaWater-security in the long durée: Insights for developing hydro-climatic services PDF iconBharucha.pdf videoimage
Ajay BhaveQualitative and Quantitative Robust Decision Making for Water Resources Adaptation Decision Making Under Uncertainty PDF iconAjay Bhave.pdf videoimage
Pankaj ManiIncorporating Climate Change Impacts in Estimating Design Basis Flood Level at a Project Site PDF iconPankaj Mani.pdf videoimage
Dr. Pankaj KumarPast and present evolution of Himalayan glaciers: a regional climate model study PDF iconPKumar_Indo.pdf  videoimage
Christel Prudhomme Climate services for the water sector: EDgEa prototype for EuropePDF iconprudhomme.pdf  videoimage

Session 4: Improving understanding of spatial and temporal variability in Indian hydrology

Dr. Ashok Kumar DasOperational Hydro-meteorological ServicesPDF iconashok_imd.pdf videoimage
Andrew OrrAssessing WRF model experiments of precipitation in the HimalayasPDF iconAndrew_orr.pdf videoimage
Sekhar MudduModelinghydrological changes using multiscaleremote sensing in IndiaPDF iconSekhar.pdf videoimage
Subimal GhoshLand Atmosphere Interactions during Summer MonsoonPDF iconsubimal.pdf videoimage

Session 5: Improving understanding of climate process for hydrology

Ashish K. MitraRainfall information from NCMRWF Modelling SystemPDF iconAKMitra.pdf videoimage
Sachchida TripathiCoupling of aerosol-land-cloud-rainfall system over GangeticPlains:Observations and modellinganalysisPDF iconTripathi.pdf videoimage
Dr. J. InduLSM-RTM Coupling for Microwave Tb Assimilation over IndiaPDF iconJ_Indu.pdf videoimage
Martin WidmannThe challenge of providing defensible downscaled and bias-corrected climate simulationsPDF iconMartin.pdf videoimage

Session 6: Future water resource availability and management

Prem Chand PandeySatellites for HydrologyPDF iconPrem.pdf videoimage
Dr. Dipanjana MaulikInterconnecting field level services and researchers for effective hydroclimatic servicesN/A videoimage
Dr. Surajit ChakrabortyUnderstanding migration of arsenic in the aquifer of North Bengal plain using numerical modelling: A case study of English Bazar Block, Malda District, West Bengal, IndiaN/A videoimage
Prashant K. SrivastavaWRF-PDM: Prototype for discharge prediction in ungauged basinPDF iconWRF_PDM.pdf  videoimage
Ms. Priya P.Changing monsoon and mid-latitude circulation interactions over the Western Himalayas and possible links to occurrences of extreme precipitationN/A videoimage

Session 7: Climate services for disaster risk reduction

Dr. Arpita MondalHydrologic extremes under Climate Change: Non-stationarity and UncertaintyN/A videoimage
Dr. Darren LumbrosoAn overview of the effectiveness of early warning systems and risk assessments for weather-related hazards in South AsiaN/A videoimage
Dr. Crispino LoboMaking Smallholder Farming Climate ResilientN/A videoimage
Dr. Alan GadianChanges in Convective Rainfall in future climates over Western EuropeN/A videoimage